As of 1 February 2015 the Export Control Organisation (ECO) is ‘withdrawing’ the ability to use ‘paper’ Open General Export Licences (OGELs).
New EU sanctions against Russia come into force today.
The Export Control Organisation (ECO) has added Russia to the list of non-permitted destinations on a number of export licences.
The Export Control Organisation has released a new information Q&A sheet to help exporters understand the implications of the new sanctions against Russia.
Details and explanation of the new EU sanctions against Russia, which came into force on 1 August 2014.
The Export Control Organisation has introduced a discretionary, site-specific, certificate for exporters who achieve full compliance at audit. Fully compliant customers will also benefit from less frequent compliance visits.
Notice to Exporters 2014/20: International Non-Proliferation Regime Decontrols (Dual-Use Items) OGEL has been amended
The Export Control Organisation has amended Open General Export Licence: International Non-Proliferation Regime Decontrols: Dual-Use Items. The amendment allows the export of specific items, provided conditions are met.
IT issues that affected the processing of some applications have now largely been resolved. The Export Control Organisation is working to restore service standards.
The Export Control Organisation has amended certain Open General Export Licences, listed in this Notice, to reflect the new Government Security Classification System.
The Export Control Organisation has compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to help exporters when completing their returns.